Un temps, une ville, une Reforme: La Reformation a Strasbourg - Variorum Collected Studies (Hardback)
  • Un temps, une ville, une Reforme: La Reformation a Strasbourg - Variorum Collected Studies (Hardback)
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Un temps, une ville, une Reforme: La Reformation a Strasbourg - Variorum Collected Studies (Hardback)

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Hardback 320 Pages / Published: 27/09/1990
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Professor Lienhard deals here primarily with the first half of the 16th century, a momentous period which saw the rise and first triumphs of evangelical Christianity. His focus is upon the town of Strasbourg, one of the places where the Reformation first left its mark, and the articles combine to present an illuminating picture of the town's social and religious evolution over the period. Some approach the subject at an individual level, with studies of the protagonists in the events - such as Martin Bucer, Matthieu Zell or Thomas Murner - and their differing religious viewpoints. Other articles take a broader perspective, analysing the social and political background to the triumph of the Reform, the gradual emergence of a new order, and local attitudes towards the new dissidents, the Anabaptists. An important section of additional notes and comments completes the volume. Le Professeur Lienhard s'attache ici, avant tout, A la premiere motie du XVIe siecles, periode capitale, qui vit la montee et les premiers triomphes du christianisme evangelique. Il se concentre sur Strasbourg, un des lieux oA(1) la Reforme laissa tres tAt sa marque. L'ensemble des articles presente une image clarifante de l'evolution sociale et religieuse de la ville durant cette periode. Certains abordent le sujet au travers de l'etude de plusiers des protagonistes aillant pris part aux evenements - tels que Martin Bucer, Matthieu Zell ou Thomas Murner - et examinent aussi leurs differents points de vue religieux. D'autres prennent une perspective plus large, analysant le contexte politique et social A la base de triomphe de la Reforme et de la naissance d'un ordre nouveau, ainsi que les prises de position locales envers les nouveaux dissidents, les Anabaptistes. Des a present, ce recueil est accompagne d'une importante section de notes adittionnelles et de commentaires.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780860782681
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 572 g
Dimensions: 224 x 150 mm

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